Heather Dewey-Hagborg Presents "Genomic Intimacy" at MU Artspace

May 11 2018 - Jul 08 2018


MU Artspace
Torenallee 40-06
Eindhoven, International

Heather Dewey-Hagborg's Creative Capital project, a four-channel video installation T3511 tells the story of a biohacker who procures saliva from an unknown donor and proceeds to analyse their DNA and grow their cells. In letters to the donor that are increasingly intimate, she confesses her growing obsession and explains how she obtains her information. The work, a collaboration with artist and filmmaker Toshiaki Ozawa, draws the viewer into an emerging world of ubiquitous genomic sequencing, biobanking, and commodification of human biological materials.

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